Diane Hodge, Ph.D., LCSW

Director and Professor of Social Work

Dr. Diane M. Hodge received her BA in Psychology and Spanish from Alma College, MSW from the University of Michigan, and Ph.D. in Social Work from Ohio State University. She teaches Practice, Field Practicums/Seminars, HBSE, Social Welfare History, Mental Health, and Feminist Theory and Practice. Dr. Hodge has practice expertise in child welfare, assertive community treatment, foster care/residential placement, inpatient neuropsychiatric (Adult, Child, and Geriatric), and outpatient therapy (Adult, Couples, and Families). Her scholarship focuses on women and mental health, rural mental health, using technology in education, feminist pedagogy, and women in higher education. She loves to travel, cook/bake, sew, gardening, swimming/ice skating/biking.